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Seedlings and young plants of antelope bitterbrush are generally scarce in northeastern California , but in the spring of 1960 a large flush of seedlings emerged from seed in rodent caches. Seedlings that had to compete with the native vegetation and cheatgrass failed to survive. Where competing vegetation had been removed, survival was excellent.--p.